The Toronto Maple Leafs were looking to take their third win and make a clean sweep tonight, while the Edmonton Oilers were looking to reignite their spark and get their fire going. The Leafs managed to shutout the Oilers and leave Connor McDavid without a single point the last two games, but would they be able to do it again? I mean, it’s what the people want (and if you were wondering, yes, I am people).
As the puck dropped for the third game in this series, and with a few good chances on both ends of the ice, you could tell that both teams were ready to get this game going. Just over the half-way mark into the first period, Jason Spezza made a play from the side of the net, which Travis Boyd redirected right to Jimmy Vesey who had just skated off the bench and got the puck past Mike Smith, which gave the Leafs the early lead and made it 1-0.
Fourth line strikes again! pic.twitter.com/6BmFFJRDXG
— Omar (@TicTacTOmar) March 4, 2021
Well, the Vesey train didn’t stop there. Around the three minute mark into the second period, Zach Bogosian made an …
Author: Roxanne Khasow / The Leafs Nation